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GO Term History: Displaying 18 audit records for all terms for the date 2005-07-18

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Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2005-07-18 GO:0019754 one-carbon compound catabolic process Added SYNONYM one carbon compound catabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added DEFINITION An autotrophic carbon dioxide fixation pathway by which two molecules of carbon dioxide are fixed to form glyoxylate. Acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-CoA) is assumed to be converted to malate, and two CO2 molecules are thereby fixed. Malyl-CoA is thought to be cleaved to acetyl-CoA, the starting molecule, and glyoxylate, the carbon fixation product.
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM 3-hydroxypropionate cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM 3-hydroxypropionate pathway
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM hydroxypropionate cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM hydroxypropionate pathway
2005-07-18 GO:0046348 amino sugar catabolic process Added SYNONYM aminosaccharide catabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0046349 amino sugar biosynthetic process Added SYNONYM aminosaccharide biosynthesis
2005-07-18 GO:0006040 amino sugar metabolic process Deleted SYNONYM amino sugar metabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0006040 amino sugar metabolic process Added SYNONYM aminosaccharide metabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0006730 one-carbon metabolic process Added SYNONYM one carbon compound metabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0015977 carbon fixation Added SYNONYM autotrophic CO2 fixation
2005-07-18 GO:0015977 carbon fixation Added SYNONYM autotrophic CO2 fixation pathway
2005-07-18 GO:0019643 reductive tricarboxylic acid cycle Added SYNONYM reductive Kreb's cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0019643 reductive tricarboxylic acid cycle Added SYNONYM reductive carboxylic acid cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0019753 one-carbon compound biosynthetic process Added SYNONYM one carbon compound biosynthesis
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added TERM carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0019755 one-carbon compound transport Added SYNONYM one carbon compound transport

Terms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added TERM carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2005-07-18 GO:0019754 one-carbon compound catabolic process Added SYNONYM one carbon compound catabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added DEFINITION An autotrophic carbon dioxide fixation pathway by which two molecules of carbon dioxide are fixed to form glyoxylate. Acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-CoA) is assumed to be converted to malate, and two CO2 molecules are thereby fixed. Malyl-CoA is thought to be cleaved to acetyl-CoA, the starting molecule, and glyoxylate, the carbon fixation product.
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM 3-hydroxypropionate cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM 3-hydroxypropionate pathway
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM hydroxypropionate cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0043427 carbon fixation by 3-hydroxypropionate cycle Added SYNONYM hydroxypropionate pathway
2005-07-18 GO:0046348 amino sugar catabolic process Added SYNONYM aminosaccharide catabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0046349 amino sugar biosynthetic process Added SYNONYM aminosaccharide biosynthesis
2005-07-18 GO:0006040 amino sugar metabolic process Deleted SYNONYM amino sugar metabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0006040 amino sugar metabolic process Added SYNONYM aminosaccharide metabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0006730 one-carbon metabolic process Added SYNONYM one carbon compound metabolism
2005-07-18 GO:0015977 carbon fixation Added SYNONYM autotrophic CO2 fixation
2005-07-18 GO:0015977 carbon fixation Added SYNONYM autotrophic CO2 fixation pathway
2005-07-18 GO:0019643 reductive tricarboxylic acid cycle Added SYNONYM reductive Kreb's cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0019643 reductive tricarboxylic acid cycle Added SYNONYM reductive carboxylic acid cycle
2005-07-18 GO:0019753 one-carbon compound biosynthetic process Added SYNONYM one carbon compound biosynthesis
2005-07-18 GO:0019755 one-carbon compound transport Added SYNONYM one carbon compound transport
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